Mode

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Mode (Latin: modus meaning "manner, tune, measure, due measure, rhythm, melody") may refer to:

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  • Data types in some programming languages
  • MODE (command), a DOS and Windows command line utility for the configuration of devices and the console
  • Mode (user interface), distinct method of operation within a computer system, in which the same user input can produce different results depending on the state of the system
  • Modes (Unix), permissions given to users and groups to access files and folders on Unix hosts

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